Look for the ENERGY STAR® label
Today, all major appliance makers offer energy-efficient models that help you use less energy, save water and reduce your utility bills. This means homeowners can invest in appliances that look as good as they perform.
Clothes dryers are one of the biggest energy-using appliances in the home. Use 25% less energy per load and get $100 back from Efficiency Vermont by purchasing a qualified super-efficient clothes dryer. Learn More.
Look for the blue ENERGY STAR label when you shop for a new clothes washer and don’t forget to get $40 - $75 back from Efficiency Vermont on your purchase of a select ENERGY STAR qualified clothes washer. Learn More.
If your home has persistent moisture problem, a dehumidifier may help reduce the moisture level in your home. ENERGY STAR qualified models remove the same amount of moisture as similarly sized standard units, but use at least 10% less energy, and in some cases up to 23% less. Learn More.
ENERGY STAR Dishwashers can save you up to $100 per year on your electric bill. Check the yellow EnergyGuide label to compare the energy use of similar models and estimate annual operating costs. Learn More.
ENERGY STAR Refrigerators can save you up to $100 per year on your electric bill, and don’t forget to get $40 - $75 back back from Efficiency Vermont on your purchase of a select ENERGY STAR® qualified model. Learn More.
Efficiency Vermont offers a seasonal refrigerator recycling program that offers free pick up of old, energy-wasting refrigerators and freezers, a $50 rebate check, utility bill savings, and state-of-the-art disposal and recycling of the appliances. Learn More.
ENERGY STAR qualified room air conditioners: use 10-20% less energy than conventional models, reducing energy bills and helping our environment. Learn More.